In shelter Cat

Albemarle, North Carolina, 28001
Tan (Mostly)
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COURTESY POST: Elsa is a lilac-point Himalayan that needs a special home. Rescued, nothing is known of her background. She’s very loving, but temperamental. Her anxiety causes her to swat at both people and other cats when something moves too fast or scares her. When she was first brought into the home, she attacked people's ankles and legs and even a face when held too close; she prefers laps on her terms. She seems to do best with females but is okay with men; it is recommended that she go to a home with no small children. Elsa is spayed and UTD on vaccines. She does okay with other cats but could be slightly aggressive towards some. She would do best with no dogs but does get along with most non-aggressive dogs . Her coat gets thin in the summer due to an allergy to fleas. A SERESTO collar was used but she had an allergic reaction to it – a rash on her neck. A vet may offer a better solution. She is on monthly drops in the summer for fleas. Please contact Robin for more information: 704-254-7329. Adoption fees for pets with Stanly County Humane Society are to cover the following: *Spay/Neuter *Heartworm/Feline Testing *All standard vaccinations *Rabies Vaccination *Microchip  


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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